. . . . . . . . George Carlin - 1
If a picture is worth ten thousand words, then
one twenty-five-hundredth of a picture should
be worth four words.
And if Helen of Troy had the face that launched
a thousand ships and a picture is worth ten
thousand words, doesn't that mean one picture
of Helen's face should be worth ten million ships?
And if the night has a thousand eyes and getting
there is half the fun, that means to have fun getting
there at night would require five hundred eyes.
And if getting there is half the fun and half a loaf
is better than none, would getting halfway there
with a whole loaf be more or less fun?
And if half a loaf is better than none, the night has
a thousand eyes, a picture in worth ten thousand
words, getting there is half the fun, and Helen of Troy
has the face that launched ten thousand ships, then
in a picture taken at night from a ship that is halfway
there, how much fun would Helen be having if she were
holding a full loaf? . And could you see it in her eyes?
Okay, now suppose Helen of Troy lived in a halfway house . . .